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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 October 1909

"""■in LlMarf. • • m,t li ■■ ¡ VOLUME XXVI. "w" BERMUDA GRASS RAI FARMER MAKES MONEY IÍA.U 11,11 TON. U VIXG IV Tlíií OAHItOU, C'OHMl'SPPy, FINDS luü^y SAW: I'ORHAV. aix mo coi.cmxs ti ««PHI* OS? SOVT1Í ®doob. o O i 'i"''li1'' iimnl; Ww Aludo íiii TÍUs Pttrt ot tiio Work JMist Week. (ft CUTS TiñflCE A YEAR (From Monday.* Dally.) ' ! tod vvopvoes Is belag nuik on tha nm.j't h« it o wnrU\ All the biff coj,- I urn 113 hiivo be-on put In place cieept j on the- pouth i-ide .>£ the builditg and Has Pwdme of Twelve lores That- th« M°k wovlt ** Mn* naiaheá ovcr .\< i* lllm About 825.00 Per Acre. The Ourhi'-Tinus • learns tliat tli re ¡.« a P« rtnuda grass iarmw l|v« inji in the Carroll community who rut.-' liU íí':\ns every year and sells It at the fiel1 at §1C par ton, making him ¡i net pruft, eSciUHlvo oí the wort; .•! . i¡:tin«, f i' about Si¡5 per acre. Hi- name 1m Hani Clifton. He baa :i j .a tute about M R." which he cuts twice < a« li year, getting over two t in;; to the acr...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 October 1909

«« # WCTXn«AV. OCTOBER «. I SEMIffEEKlY lonUBU' Semi-VeeMy Courier-limes T^y <• BY («^ get t>>Cfth«r on whiUYtr propoiltlJB The Gowler-Tines Publishing Co. (nf^oiu: FACTS A BOLT THE NORT1C co&hoversy. €-3 I i i; as ■ill m. M. A. LWrSBlf W"- CL A. McDOUOAL. .MMclats Editor. V. E. RAFFfcRTY . . Bu*ln«M Mgr & "•^1ES%2£. tt rT-"-"" Ul-UJ North Broad irmT. ral , H eaata par Month tar am*, "¿SRSm? ni tí ,T^SSSiil^«í Witt to Mm attention W the Editor. 51—BOTH PHONES-51 "ST eXTK&tTS mOM MR. BKYA.VS q ku> paid spkjblh. £ j*r Brjan uauSf: «Wfey Vuuld it t aecca-oi? tot is# csut <nt %a joint áeww wtttt v>jn« iimjy <ju tltr binding force P A pMro? I «i> fur as th« aw «fltwu J ot r stat•• Has distussol th miiiiaU&u lie tío no: met my propo- siti, «a. He- anya tftat o man sught t« . _ , $>e 8>>v ttned by his conscience. if* j ' *' «giwtte* «i- -K MylaR—ant V.O ♦ 4 n®t to ©. bacifc a spcecli in car. (¡BrwM®—I u>' It <«*• rg dAff. 1 said i* J p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 October 1909

o ■ i.«Pili ! u.ir ' •{ • • -*■ • • Copyright 1908 by Hart Schaffner & Mars Srag.MBElLT C*OrREER.T fBB S The Quality fore CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN AND BOYS You may go as far as you like, but wherever you may travel there's no place like home, and you will find no clothes like Hart Schaffner & Marx, Crown Trousers the latest styles and color, $2.50 to $7.50 Imperial soft and stiff Hats. They are up-the-minutes in style, $3.00 Extra good clothes for boys, 7 to 17, all the new patterns and styles. Also a big line of boys' Shoes, Shirts, Blouses, Hats, in fact, every- thing for the young chaps. We cordially invite you to visit our store and look over the swell line that we carry. We can save you money. gmtk físnPiw ír* 1 j f rq ■HV3M Sbr.w %1 aesm (/ magna I 3 g M, . ■ . t. 1 .. > (ü WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER «, lMft The Fashion Shop ■<o I M «few C-pyrU-lit • • >o8 l>v H Hi S 1. itiiift V Mm i '4 „ J V" V,'| V • r 1,1, ' I M t > .0 • •• • 1 l< ,« \ •'.Q e>- .1 ' * ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 October 1909

Cornier-limes V ,!®pp 1 SEMI-WEEKLY g. A. UNPSEY ... U* r H. A. McDOCOAL. JUwcUt* Editor F. E. RAFFERTY .. Busineas Mgr. he dwtrfoily a Htm at the Edit 51-BOTH PHONES—51 OBJECT LKSüOXg IX GOOD ROADS. O 1 nut nmuísu« tit The good rja/ls tour arranged by B. E. Yoakum, chairman of the Rook Inland executive board, is an* other Illustration of that port of con «tractive stuti MHianship that is he ginning to distinguish seine of the great railroad executives of the Unit ed States, The j arty if made up o representative men from the South west, who are traveling through the East at Mf. Yjaktim'a invitation to study the fine road systems of Massachusetts attd the other New England *tai«.-. The Boston n<-ws paper chronicle their enthusiasm over the roods which they have been touring by rn itor car. © These men will go back to Okla- homa and Arkansas and Texas with new ideas of the possibilities of good roads. They will become apos- tles In a cause which is of the first importance Industri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 October 1909

OC3 ** «. . W xsrrtF- cr>oo -• G CO OLÍ FOLKS' MtElING FIRST BAPTIST CHOOCH SPEEDY HORSES GOMIAe WOMEN At STATE HUR. WEDNESDAY OOUIUKK-TIHES O «. 19M. O. oQ O O SPECIAL SERMON' DELIVERED 11V DIt. H. C. RISNKH, PASTOR OP THE CIIl'RCU. OLD TIME HYMNS SUNG. Choir Composed of Elderly Ladle* and ¿Gentlemen—Text From Deut. 16:33. (From Monday'^ Dally.) The yesterday,, morning service at the First Baptist church was fir the elderly ladies of the church. The following made up the choir, Mrs. Kate -Bealrd, Mrs. Kate GooBman, Mrs. Hattie Freeman, Mrs. J. H. Bonner, Mrs. Baakins, Mrs. Dr. Ter- rell, Mrs. J. C. Cox, Mrs. H. V. Ham- ilton, Mrs. Gibbs, Messrs W. H. Bar- ron and R. Brawn. The choir sang "Amazing Grace," Revive Us Again" and "When I Can Read My Title Olear" tPlsgah). YVnile the collec- tion was being taken the organist played softly the air of Jaunita. and at the conclusion of the ¡services the air of Annie Laurie. The t ax t was ' for the good will of him that dwelt in the bush...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 October 1909

WmtsM Wtlli \ widnhdw, orronvat«, it*. = e gfBv'1' , W¡r B 'i •v like the price we paid Barbers' Towela3flf<*Doz. Extra lar^e Cotton HU(5k TOW- EL, bleached^ c Mottled Grey, Bine and Pink OUTING for Underskirts, Children's Cloak , etc., worth 10c yard, at per yard 6c EMKRAIDEKY, EVERY YAHI> CIIEAl' AT HALF WE A*K FOR IT 2& pieces embroidery 10 Inchon to 16 Inches wide also sheer, extra good narrow embroidery, worth 15c to 35c yard 9* 69 pltcpo embroidery and Insertion , worrh 10c to 15e at per yard .. e* 60 pieces and ln ertl n, worth to to JOc yard 3* y#rd wide brown d-imestlc yd .-5* ticking, per yard , 5* Ktir jnwle cotton o heck , yard 5* All wool pUld extra .«lie Blanket.*, ll-« ex:r slv> pi*lit Pi nketa sp««c. il in grav, ptnk, blua and u> 83 00 . Curtain pole f-T .,, 0C \fc4V; <\!<-nsi>n r.vd and White Cot* tj.ee poles, til complete with trtm- T> U-JCS 9* Ceirf sized C!~enlUe center table ov- er. worth 25* frt itTii «fie FHlliantlnes In oheetos str...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 October 1909

• .aáSTV:- • ■éBÍÍSíhI idbiBUHÉíUaaM 5 C? WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER «. IX 0OÜRIBR«TEMBS. ■ l * ' • TIE AIKSHIPS okovE am mi QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT COMMITS SUICIDE WHILE WOR RYING OVER FLIGHTS. THIRD VICTIM OF TRAGEDY Added Today When Doctor Brunn Died From Wound# Inflicted By HI Brother. Now York Sept, 30.—Worried by responsibilities in assisting Aero- nauts Wright and Curtis In prepa*- aticvns for airship flights at Gover- nor's Island. QuartermMter Sergeant Caran of the Twenty-ninth infantry oormntttert aulcide tn hia bunk out ¿■id* tha redoubt at Port Jay last flight «hooting himself through the ¡head with a rifle. Third, Victim in Tragedy. South Woodstock, Conn., Sept. 30 —Dr. Brunn, who was shot lant night by hto brother, Constantlne, died to- day of his wounds. Constantino Brunn, who was a re- tired business man of New York, af- ter shooting his brother, killed his sister, Miss Frierula, and himself. No motivo for the trlpple shilling 1* known. PEANUTS FOR SMITH COUNTY DENISON PEANUT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 October 1909

I ¡vi If k m ; WEWnSDAY, cxrroBKR I, IN . DEIS IF TIE ur III SHMT SENTENCES C3 6 AM llorsTOX NORMAL LUttiEli THAN KVKR—G. CfjAJtK SAV8 AXTIS STAND TOGETHKIl. Arthur l'awcett liad his hand bad- ly mangled by «-In saws near ^HIIIs- baro fc'aturday. Near Paris a farmer has made a yield of over -00 bushels d .sweet po- tatoes to the acre. tOO BAIJM COTTON BURNED IX ALABAMA. Warehouse at Eutaw, Ala., U Burn* "o cd. Entailing Losa of $85,000. Birmingham. Aln., Oct. lb—Thj Oreen county cotton warehouse at Kutai v, Ala., owned by the Merchant and Farmers' Hank Of Futaw, was destroy!'.! by fire this afternoon, in- curring a loss,of $2.',000. About 300 bales of cotton and a lot of cotton oil machlntry, which had bc< n Jiut In storage, wore destroyed. RANCHMAN SHOOTS RAILROAD TRAINMEN ENGINKKIt AM) URAKKMAX ARE WOI XDED BV L. W. HUFFMAN AT HAlUtlETT. MOVING nCTURES CIDSES NEW «ISEASE dalies (Mil'jjsts are treat- ing man> children with afflkted eyes. at FULISADE Of BUCKSHOT In the nationa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 October 1909

/• • o °o <1 & / O St!U° *bra ' Austin, Texas. V Q O • ° o © 9 Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. S3 __ __ __ OLCMK ÍXVI. TTliBR. TWXAft, WI J>\KS1> \y. OCTOHI'U 1:1. 1 0D. © NIMHKR *• © o I I TOLl-MS: Ixvi. TTLDt, TRIAS, WKIlNKKI \Y. ot TOHI'H 1 :t. 190 . NIMHKR 82. © THIS SECTION Viae BY HEAVY WINS AND RMN DALLAS HAD I1H RAIN YESTERDAY MAW TltEJCK BLOWN IiOWN IN DIFFERENT RHCTriONK OF TUB CITY. i FILINGS IN THB COl'NTT CI.IRK'1 OFF1C®. NESRO GHUR6H WImI Ctianged From *oalfa t« Wnt ie hem 1%u Five Mluitet. (From Saturday's Daily.) 1hIs section waii visited by the hardest wind and rain last night «£ o vws! month . The showers of yesterday Miorning were continued throughout the after- iroon and up to 9 or 1# o'clock last nfcfht. About C::10 there came a tremend- ous gust of wind wihch veered from khe south to the west in loss than firs minutes time and for half sin hour or i««gi>r there was a perfect downpour. The wind developed astonishing Mbpidity, and as a result many tree...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 October 1909

\ í &<* «o SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES Wednesday. octorer is, 1909. <m' mu m?' Üifi-:.1 : Semi ■ Weekly Courier- Times BT The Courier-Times Publishing; Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY 8. A. LIND8EY Editor H. A. McDOUGAL. vs> vUto Editor F. E. RAFFERTY ... Hunituv Uuu(«r Bubscrlpticn rate*, 60 cents p*r month by wrrier. or by ■sail 91.00 per year. Entered at Tyler, Texas. PostoiBc* *• Second Cl**a Mail Matter. Office of publication. JU-JU N". Bn>adway. Tyler, Tex. ▲ reflection appearing In thee* column* concerning any individual. will be cheefuliy corrected if brought to tbe aiter.Ucn of the LJlvor. Tlx- government gets no revenue; the consuming public Ituya llu- extortionate tax. Two thing* and two thing only are nectssary to Insure to every man in till* country an equal chanco ni tlii- struggle for existence. The first is approxi- mate .>r absolute free trade, anil the second is control of those agencies which carry the country's products, lilt lu.iing possibly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 October 1909

mam ■■ ■ mmm °o « 6 O ocP WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13. 190 . ^2*mi ■ — 8_ THK AILT Oa 0* «es O ot"i « es áSi zoo o o f GQí«? This Fall season finds us better equipped for selling you CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, AND LADIES, MEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S READY-TO-WEAR GOODS than ever before in the history of our business career. We prepared for our 30th Anni- versary bale by purchasing heavily in all lines. Cotton goods especially are advancing in price, and the goods we bought cannot be duplicated for anything like the price we paid for them. We have sold stacks of goods during our Sale. We now put in this extraordinary big bid for your trade. Read—Examine. & Barbers' Towels 39c Doz. Extra large Cotton HUCK TOW- EL, bleached 9c Mottled Grey,Blue and Pink OUTING for Underskirts, Children's Cloaks, etc., worth 10c yard, at per yard 6c and see what you save A 1 quality 12 l-2c grade yard wide Percale 9c yard Very best braads of PRINTS 5c yard EMBROIDERY, 12 VERY YAKI) CHEAT AT HALF WE ASK FOR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 October 1909

, I" fci I y i/. •' & ÜÉ Semi - Weekly Courier- Times BY <g> The Courier-Times Publishing Co. ^ Incorporated DAILY <s> SEMI-WEEKLY r 8. A. I4ND8I1T Kditoi , H. A. McIiOUGAL, Asocíate Kditor F. H. ItAFFEltTY U twin esa Manager Sutwcrlptlcn rates. 50 cenU per month by carrier, or by mail $«.« per year. Kntereil at Tyler, Texas, Postofflce as Second Claa* Mall Matter. Office of publication, Sll-213 N. Broadway, Tyler, Tex ivutlve ronuniliwrn ®f "*e Smith County Impriv.'- ment Club ;n tarh voting ^ecir.ot and issued a gener- al request for contribuí! >ns of farm products. Thore wat not i talive *'l*e done, not a «¡in^l.- lommlttee ap- pointed to i uh^i; ir t upQ$)ttCini. n* raise the finances, v,'t we have n >w in n-adincs* one <f the ¡<ma&t exhibit* i it ha* t'VCT Im n our pleasure to see. F1 fty-two j*r- ¡ i none brnRht tn exhibits the t'ir.-t week and several ("11 iif fat.irdav they would l>ris g and «end other ex- ! hil-its Mondej in time be «hippo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 October 1909

m sswusssiim flpr hIGSSQ1 ' O C5 *0 1P S98 WMDM1 «DAT. OiTOBBK IS, 1HI. i e>« (círíTíí"*' E?shw*ÍSÍÍ-:-3> mCTÍSÍ ifa, - //'//'/ £r.ur« stock to be sold by Consolidated Salvage Co in 10 days. Everything must he sold at less than the cost of raw material. Sale Posi- tively opens Wed. Oct. 13 at 9 a. m. To Raise Money o PI IKE! iv.vh day during our ale if will give absolutely KRKÜ0) to ..jr c.->uto- mcrs oiio of tin1 following useful and valuable articles, be.slde.s 100 pr'-.sents to tii • first 1yd purchaser* at our (5ri-.it FOKCKD SAI.K! 1 Farin Wagon. i Heating store. I Sewing Machine. 1 Rifle. 1 Shot aim. 1 Co k tí tova. J Churn. 1 Kight-day Clock. 1 (iriud Stone. 5 Set Hariuws. Distribution a p. m. Daily. o c o o o 0 wmsjvA James R. Adams Tyler, Texas a Compelled to raise $50,000 in 10 Days. THE CONSOLIDATED SA! VA^ 5. V53 £„ Entire stock in the hands of COMPANY Acknowledged Kings of Merchandise and the World's Greatest Bargain-Givers rf j a i HP J / /H i f H V ? i &h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 October 1909

o o 1 n 19 S £5 © UnDXHDáT, OOrOBXR It, 1— BRANCH HOUSE AT TEXARKANA StH'lAl. i LI Hti AROt'KKD. oi^aiiliaii *'* *l !^l,n Antonio Are the ttowww. © HKVin A. ÚIAHY Wllili OPEK* \TP. WIIOIÍNM.F HOI sK from TIIAT tTTY. SEVERAL MEN ON ROAD Main Will Continuo lo In1 lüX-MlCll In Thle (Hy, {ijui vnt.inl v T« x . *V« S—The an- n>> in«-«,nn nt tn a from Aus- tin thai i*l""*h. attorney f. p tl><> P. \.is lli'i'worw' AnniH'lauon, threaten ti> brlii null ii+rilnKt "s u-tal lul*> In ^an Antonio has ur uim'tl ln- trr t hero. Th.ro ¡ire a number of .inrvnlaatltmn here ramponed of the mo!-t prominent people of San An- t Ionio, which ina> bo ohuwod <us social olutw" and there L< much lntrr«*.t to whnt notion 'v to I ' taken ag.Un.«t these. WILL BUILD PACKING HOUSES RUIN TRINITY Austin. Tex., Oct. 8.—The «unitary coili- promulgated t «lay by the Texas city ami louiuy physhlans for {«1 >p- tion by the county health boards, re- «liilres special treatment of effluvia fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 October 1909

V 7 <"> o o Czo C3 O O O© o © G' O oi . i SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. 0o O wednesday, oótoiikh 13, ido . BflPiioT PAPER MAKLS PROTEST AGAIXST IlOX. t'ONK dOIINSOX AND A \TI - SALOON LEA- GUE POLITICS. TOO RECNET A CONVERT Danger and Destruction Await The Organization That Tries to Run a Democrat. A special fr>m Dallas to the Fort Worth Kecord says: Dallas. Tex., Oct. tí.—The Texas Baptist Standard, edited by Ilev. J. Frank Morris, is out against Cone Johnson as the prohibitionist candi- dato for governor, pointedly against making prohibition an issue in the nomination of state officers and quite plainly agaisnt the present political methods of he Anti-Saloon league of Texas. It has been known for some time that a large element of the prohibi- tionists were opposed to Johnson. Some of them were watching Poindex ter's try-out in the hope that he might develop a winning gait, while others favored this or that man. They have never t cen -willing to support the Tyler man, hut pre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 October 1909

TO MEE! DIAZ SATURDAY © O ladcrnatinnsl Uveal WiS Ocosr In 141 Cumi—'l'o Mr in Dallas Satur- * day. Oetabar SS. Kan Antonia, Tex . Oat. ] #.—l'res dent Taft's Journey thre.ub Texas, h«- ylnriing t'kl. JI and ending Oct. 24. aparta with ti wrist formad ef *11 the «HtfilM tnJit b*ve sharadarlzed his awing uroond tka l'elteH Stater. At tft* trord** of tke largest state ia the líjalos b*' will gr«ei «fea president of «, republíe. He will jivt «hAke ttaikdv «fU President )yuu¡ of Me* leo «n 4th.0 TiHXM aide t>f the ftte Oran d o. Aft#/ «H aiMDay «ta* b.t Kí £>a*o Utoe |pr*íltlwnt mt rt 0* another long fump. Sfc* A. toai<y be?ng his next fit it , urn tfttra "ton te to mutual en b"- batí of tl* United State* Array a naagoifte* ehaiwl and library build /*«, the «lit iff 6ft tt Antonio, tw an f^procta+Uítii «i the soldier. Following a day's visit la 6 p An- tonio . the president *Hl tas-ve for hi* br*lfes rV rutteh fit Cardan Cbrlstl for' four Car rest "Pisen fce WIU m«jka, I Qy icb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 October 1909

Semi-Weekly Courier-Times VOLUME XXVI. TYLER, TEXAS, VV MiXF^DAV, OCIOIlKR 20. .MMIII It HI. TYLER CREAMERY MADE FIRST RUN NI.W KSTERl'RISK TURNIO OUT FINE ICE t'ltEAM ANO buttek. READY SALE FOR PRODUCT Public Is Invited to Call and Sec The Plant in Opera- tion. The Tyler Cretirnery nvarl^ Its ini- tial run Saturday and Tyler people yesterday had the pleasure of eating lee prp&m and butter put up }¡ff the fctime insAltutloti. This writer has not, had ilio pleasure of sampling either of these proáffctí!, but w« learn from those who did try thPm, that they are first-class in oveiy respect, and aro Just asr good aa can be put ui> by tho Kansas creameries or St. L/>ul.s ice cream factories. Beginning tills week tho creamery •will run. regularly. All machinery toas been, put 1a place, and the public Is Invited to call at any time and In* irpect the plant. Everything Is as neat an it passlbly can be. '«.ad 'it Is a. pleasure to see Just how butter U made. AU -our eltsens are pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 October 1909

o o CO O) WEDV .0 X T. OCTOBER, M, IN#. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times BT O The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY 8. A. LINDHEY, ... H. A. McDOUGAL, F. E. RAFFERTY, Edltir . Associate Editor Business Manager Subscription rates, 60 cents per month by Barrier, or by ■tall (6.00 per year. nave mode u science? Should thejr not be awarded heroes' medals to console them (or the loss of that which henceforth, if Dr. Page's contention be eetab- llnhod, those who remain whole and in their right mind will refuse to part with at any price? The statement of the Boston physician, we ma/ be *ure, is not going to be accepted by the medical frater- nity without a great c mfoversy, and until that is set- tled the laity would better lie low—and avoid irritating the appendix.—Houston I'ost. JOHNSON'S IDEAL. OF SUCCESS. * r? °00 Jtilgered at Tyler, Texas, Poatofflc* as Second Class j Mall Matter. ' Qffltft 9t publication, fcU-tlf N. Broadway. Tyler. Tex. 4. «¡flection appoartog l« ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 October 1909

cp ri) U W RI>\ ESP AY. OCTOBER II. 1 ANTILLES ARE SAFE NO LIVES LOST roMTioN or wtranded houth- HIN PACIFIC steamer not i)S*(¡rjíois. TWO Til j 60 DOWN n*t«a tfeniUera of Crew jot S"hrMi Hm Oiital Railroad VWH W* During Hurricanc. 0 i • • j r " 1¡01$ Or team, Oct. 14.—A wfcreleas MMHft received here mat night «rom the steamship Antilles aground air the Tiahamu islands, states that MM position of the twm) la bat dan- gerous and reiterates ail on board are ■afe and 'well. n PASSENGfERS TAKEN OFF. Wie Astille* Is In No Danger. Immediate P ensacóla, Fla., Oct. 14—The wire lew station at the Pensaoola navy yard «poke to the steamer Antilles and reports the vessel still hard aground In an exposed position, trufo the sean are not running heavy and she Is la no Immediate danger. All the passengers have been take off safety. -f) The steamer Momus la proceeding to Weir Orleans. The Lampaaae - Is fctitt at Dasnpa. A wireless message from the Lampona aays the hurrl cane attained a velocity ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 October 1909

DAILY 00 Trior, Monday, Ocióla* I*. IM O o 1 i © Miwmw PROGRAM 4 Of the Fifth Sunday Meeting of Smith County O o° Baptist Association to [be held with Harmony Baptist Church beginning Thursday ^Night, October 28, 1909. ©© ©30 OB r 7:15 Sermon by Rev. G. M. Daniel. FRIDAY MORNING 10 a. m. Devotional exercises, led by Rev. J. S. Phillips.; 10:30. Layman's duty in church work, Rev. G. J. Christian and C. P. Orr. 11:00. Sermon by Rev. G. P. May. 2 p. m. Devotional exercises led by Rev. Lee Crow. 2:30. Duty of the deacons, by Rev. G. W. Gilliam and A. L. Montgomery. 3:30. Dnty of the membership towards the deacons, Rev. Isaac Sellers and T. B. Butler. Night Session-Sermon by Rev. N. V. Hamrick. SATURDAY MORNING 9:30. Devotional exercises led by Rev. J. L. Morrison. 10:00. Woman's work in church, Essay by Miss Fan- nie Wood. 10;30. Importance of an educated ministry, Rev. C. J. Youngblood. 11:00. Sermon, by Rev. E. W. H. Parker. 2 p. m. Devotional exercises conducted by Rev. A.'.W. Coltho...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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